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Stranding of the motor vessel VINE 3 off Maiden Island, Antigua on 1 May 2015

This report should not be considered as a full casualty investigation in accordance with IMO MSC 255(86), however it aims to highlight the pertinent aspects of this incident with the objective of preventing re-occurrence.

It is understood that the vessels operator is conducting their own investigation and the Flag State of the vessel has been informed.

 

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STCW Circ 2017-002 Training Requirements for Masters and Deck Officers on Ships operating in Polar Waters

This circular outlines requirements in November 2014 by the Maritime Safety Committee of the International Maritime Organization on its 94th session where it adopted the “International Code for Ships operating in Polar Waters (Polar Code), as defined in SOLAS regulation XIV/1.1, which entered into force on 1 January 2017

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STCW Circ 2017-001 Training Requirements for Seafarers on Ships using Gases or other Low-Flash point Fuels

This circular outlines requirements in June 2015 by the Maritime Safety Committee of the International Maritime Organization on its 95th session where it adopted the “International Code of Safety for Ships Using Gases or Other Low-Flashpoint Fuels” (IGF Code), which entered into force on 1 January 2017

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STCW Circ 2014-001 Seafarers’ Medical Certificates

This circular replaces STCW Circ 2012-004 Medical Certificates for Seafarers to reflect the latest procedures adopted by ADOMS with respect to Seafarers’ Medical Certificates and includes a list of Antigua and Barbuda approved Medical Practitioners whose certificates are accepted in addition to those issued world-wide as outlined in the text of this circular.

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STCW Circ 2013-001 (Rev 3) Changes to security training requirements

This circular outlines the changed requirements in the 2010 Manila amendments to the STCW Convention Section A/VI/6 on security training.  There is a new requirement for approval of security familiarisation training applicable to all seafarers and the Circular sets out how approval can be ensured.

This is Rev 3 to this Circular which addresses the administration’s requirements in answer to information that “approval” of security awareness training and security training for seafarers with designated security duties in some countries is delayed.